Greats of the Yiddish Stage
and the roles in which they played


pages:  actresses 1  3  5   |   actors  2  4  6  7

 

Max Gabel in "What Will People Say".   Joseph Kessler as "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare.   Mischa Fishzohn as "Moses the Carpenter" in "The Tree of Knowledge" by Jacob Gordin.   Hershel Yedvab as "John Cooks".   Anatol Winogradoff in "Yoshe Kalb" by I. J. Singer.   Peter Graff in "The Great Miracle" by Abraham Blum.   Misha Budkin in "A Girlie Like You" by Isidor Lash.   Michal Michalesko as "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare.
Max Gabel
in
"What Will
People Say"
  Joseph Kessler
as
"Hamlet"
by
William Shakespeare
  Mischa Fishzohn 
in
"The Tree of Knowledge" by Jacob Gordin
  Hershel Yedvab
as
"John Cooks"
  Anatol Winogradoff
in
"Yoshe Kalb"
 by
 I. J. Singer
  Peter Graff
in
"The Great Miracle"
by
Abraham Blum
  Misha Budkin
 in
"A Girlie
Like You"
 by
Isidor Lash
  Michal Michalesko
as
"Hamlet"
by
William Shakespeare

 

Paul Baratov in Merezhkovsky's "Peter the Great".   Sam Gertler as the Count in "The Great Miracle" by Abraham Blum.   Leon Seidenberg in Leonid Andreyev's "The Seven That Were Hanged".   Leon Gold in "The Organ Grinder" by Louis Freiman.   Yudel Dubinsky as "Mishka the Gypsy" in Andreyev's "Seven That Were Hanged".   David Dank in William Siegel's "Are Children Necessary?"   M. B. Samoilov as "Satin" in Maxim Gorky's "Lower Depths".   Abe Sincoff in "Models of Love" by Louis Freiman.
Paul Baratov
in D. Merezhkovsky's "Peter the Great"
  Sam Gertler
as
the Count
in
"The Great Miracle"
by
Abraham Blum
  Leon Seidenberg
in
Leonid Andreyev's "The Seven That Were Hanged"
  Leon Gold
in
"The Organ Grinder"
by
Louis Freiman
  Yudel Dubinsky as
"Mishka
the Gypsy"
in Leonid Andreyev's "Seven That Were Hanged"
  David Dank
in
William Siegel's
"Are Children Necessary?"
  M. B. Samoilov
as
"Satin"
in
Maxim Gorky's
"Lower Depths"
  Abe Sincoff
in
"Models of Love"
by
Louis Freiman

 

Noah Nachbush as the Messenger in Ansky's "The Dybbuk".   Pinchas Lavenda as "Yeshiva Student" by Isidore Zolotorevsky.   Luther Adler as "The Meturoff" by Jacob Gordin.   Leib Kadison in "The Sunken Hope" by Hermann Hejermans.   Jacob Mestel in "The Pocketbook" by Octave Mirbeau.   Leonid Sniegoff as "He" in "He Who Gets Slapped" by Leonid Andreyev.   Morris Feder in "Germany Alive" by Ossip Dymow.   Maurice Moskowitch as "The Merchant of Venice" by William Shakespeare.
Noah Nachbush
as
the Messenger
 in
Ansky's
 "The Dybbuk"
  Pinchas Lavenda
 as
"Yeshiva Student"
by
Isidore Zolotorevsky
  Luther Adler
as
"The Meturoff"
by
Jacob Gordin
  Leib Kadison
in
"The Sunken Hope"
by
Hermann Hejermans
  Jacob Mestel
 in
"The Pocketbook"
 by
Octave Mirbeau
  Leonid Sniegoff
as
"He" in
"He Who Gets Slapped"
by
Leonid Andreyev
  Morris Feder
 in
"Germany Alive"
 by
Ossip Dymow
  Maurice Moskowitch as "The Merchant of Venice"
by
William Shakespeare

 

 

 

 

 

 


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